Nutella Stuffed Pancakes | How to make Stuffed Nutella Pancake

>>  Tuesday, May 3, 2016

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We just completed our Mega BM on a Journey through the cuisines, and its time for the regular edition to begin. We are starting our week 1 of BM#64, themed on Brunch Ideas for Kids, for Kids delight. 

Brunch as such was not something that common in our Indian Cuisine. We mostly make our regular Indian Breakfasts. However this concept is catching up and to be on the same lines as the original concept, I did some pancakes for Kids. This was supposed to be for my stuffed dishes many months ago, unfortunately I never came around making it.

I made it this Sunday and the kids were so taken in as it has Nutella that they wanted again. The idea was inspired by this, though I followed my regular pancake recipe

Another Nutella dish that will be apt for Kids Brunch is this Nutella Stuffed Bread

Nutella Stuffed Pancakes

Makes 2 stuffed pancakes

Ingredients Needed:

All purpose flour - 1 cup
Baking powder - 1/2 tsp
Salt a pinch
Sugar - 2 tsp
Milk - 3/4 cup to 1 cup appr (as required to make a flowing consistency)
Butter - 1 tsp per pancake
Nutella - 2 tsp per pancake

How to make the Pancake

In a bowl, take in the flour, salt, sugar, baking powder. Slowly add in milk and beat to make a flowing batter consistency. Let it sit for 15 mins.

Heat a nonstick pan with butter, pour one ladleful of batter, simmer and let it get cooked. After 2 mins, drop the Nutella in the centre and pour another ladleful of batter over it. 

Continue cooking in simmer, gently flip to the other side. Cook for another 2 mins. 

Carefully press down to ensure the pancake is cooked all over.

Gently transfer to a serving plate.

Sending  this to Priya Srinivasan who is hosting my Kid's Delight, themed on Brunch Ideas for Kids.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this BM


Journey through the Cuisine Recap ~ Mega Marathon BM#63

>>  Monday, May 2, 2016

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What a month April turned out to be! We thoroughly enjoyed taking a Journey through the Cuisines. Each of my BM Buddy who joined me in this journey did a fantastic job and thereby increased our Bookmarks by many folds.

Coming to my theme, I decided to do a series on A to Z Maharashtrian Sweets. Do read up that to know how I started on the journey and the perils I faced as I cooked up this series. A to Z is challenging, on top just Sweets was beyond comprehension. 

Even tougher was the thought on who will eat all that sweets I cooked up. I don't even want to see my scale for a while!

Anyway, if you are landing here for the first time, just to update you, we are a group of Food bloggers doing a Blogging Marathon every month, 3 days all 4 weeks, each month. However during April and September, we do 26 days of nonstop blogging with Sundays off.

We have been doing the Mega Blogging Marathon since April 2013, 

April 2013 was weekly themes.
September 2013 was ABC Cooking 
April 2014 was Indian Food Odyssey
September 2014 was Around the world in 30 days
April 2015 was Fire up our Ovens .
September 2015 was a Buffet On Table

As I knew before, even though I had the list ready, I started cooking very late. I managed the entire cooking during March and all the weekends were only making sweets. It surely was a tough task having so many sweets on hand, with very few takers.

Anyway, this was one series that I thoroughly enjoyed. Just for stats I checked and this is what I made

Ladoos - 7
Poli - 5
Halwa/ Burfi - 3
Kheers - 2
Bhat - 2
Milk Based Sweets - 2
Karanji - 2 
Other Sweets - 3

A for Alshi Ladoo
B for Basundi
C for Chauri chi Karanji
D for Dinkache Ladoo
E for Ekadashi Farali Bhat
F for Farali Chivda
G for Gul Poli
Hi for Halim Ladoo
I for Ice Halwa
J for Javas Ladoo
K for Khavyachi Satori
L for Lal Bhoplyacha Halwa
M for Mande ~ Ganesh Chaturthi special
N for Narali Bhat

O for Olya Naralachya Karanjya
P for Policha Ladu
Q for Qadbu
R for Ratale Poli
S for Shikran Poli
T for Tandalachi Kheer
U for Upwas Puran Poli
V for Vatalya Daliche Ladu
W for Wadi ~ Besan Wadi
X for XL Jalebi from Lookmanji
Y for Yellow Pumpkin Kheer
Z for Zatpat Besan Boondi Laddu


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